Warren will deliver the Easter sermons for all 57 services offered at 16 campuses, including ten locations in Southern California, as well as international gatherings in Berlin, Hong Kong, Buenos Aires, and South Manila.
Those who cannot attend a service are encouraged to view one through the online campus.
The first service will take place at the church's main campus in Lake Forest on Thursday, and Warren's sermon will then be broadcasted to all other locations throughout the weekend.
Nebai Cherrick, the marketing coordinator at Saddleback, told The Christian Post on Tuesday that the goal of the megachurch is to reach 50,000 people over Easter weekend.
>In addition to the Easter services, several of Saddleback's campuses are offering a variety of activities depending on the location.
One of the services on Sunday at the Lake Forest location will include a gathering outside so congregants may watch the "sunrise outdoors on Easter morning as you enjoy music and an inspiring message."
At the Aliso Viejo campus, children will be invited to participate in an Easter Egg hunt following service on Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m, while at the Los Angeles campus, additional fun activities will be offered, including a photo booth, bounce house, cotton candy, popcorn machines, and snow cones.
At the church's Rancho Capistrano location, congregants are invited to attend a free, 30-minute "Journey with Jesus" guided tour this Saturday, where they may view Christ's death and resurrection through a series of art installations, beginning with His annointing and ending with resurrection.
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